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Discussion Board: Mascots

Supporters of Indians as mascots offer that they are honoring Native Americans, yet the images and names posed for the Black, Mexican, and Chinese sports teams are patently offensive.

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https://www.usatoday.com/story/opinion/voices/2018/08/02/my-caucasians-shirt-exposes-hypocrisy-over-racist-logos-redskins-column/888706002/Discussion board instructions

Discussion board instructions

Review the attached document(s) or video(s) and use one or more of the questions listed below as a guide and basis for discussion with your classmates.  Guidelines are to complete each post before the due date with a minimum of between 75 – 100 words. Include in your posts some concepts and vocabulary from the assigned video or document, textbook, and/or lecture slides to demonstrate your understanding of the lesson for the module. 

Mandatory question prompts:

Why do Indian mascots persist when there are no similar mascots from other demographic groups?

Optional question prompts:

What about the video/activity/reading was most surprising to you or intrigued you the most?

How would you apply what you have learned?

How does the video/activity/reading remind you of a personal event or story?

How does the video/activity/reading relate to concepts you learned in class or from the text?

Part A: Your first post is due Wednesday and should include answers to the questions and end with an original question of your own for your classmates to answer.

Part B: Your additional posts, due no later than Sunday will include answering 2 of your classmates’ questions.

Part A is worth 10 points and part B is worth 10 points totaling 20 points for this assignment.

Use the classroom discussion board so everyone may review all the posts.

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